Beautifully-posed photos of various kinds of retro kit
lproven at gmail.com
Fri May 5 06:43:41 CDT 2017
On 3 May 2017 at 21:03, <COURYHOUSE at aol.com> wrote:
> great to see things displayed in a 'setting' rather than just
> computers on shelves!
I was just relaying the link -- it's not my work. I sold or gave away
most of my Macs before I switched countries 3y ago, and the rest of my
vintage kit is in boxes in storage.
Except for the pocket-sized devices. I have room for a good few of
them. So I am now restricting my collecting mostly to such things:
* Psion Organizer II LZ, 3C, 5MX, Netbook
* Palm III and V
* Cambridge Z88
* Amstrad NC100
* HP OmniGo
I have an iBook G4 in bits -- it needs a new reed switch, but I lost
my replacement. I want to sell it and get a Pismo Powerbook so I can
run Classic MacOS on it. Then I will probably sell the G3s too; most
are already gone. I have 2 classic mono Macs -- one of them has to go,
and both the G5s.
I have a Thinkpad Butterfly that needs repair, and an ancient 386SX
and a 386 desktop. Not sure why, for the latter. ;-)
And the '80s classics, an Atari ST, Amiga, QL and Archimedes.
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